My yellow Calla Lilies have stopped blooming. The flower has turned back to green and developed seed pods - stunting the growth of the plant itself. Seeds are so heavy the leaves fall over to the ground. Help! What do I do?
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As the pods mature, their weight will naturally bend the stem to the ground. Eventually, they will begin to turn yellow and become mushy, indicating they are ripe. At this point, you can harvest the pods for propagating additional plants. Otherwise, you can simply cut them off once they appear or cut the spent blooms just prior to their development.